Georgia auto dealer Matt Laughridge testifies before Congress that it’s critical to leverage America’s network of 16,000+ local dealerships, to meet the government’s goals for EV adoption.
NADA is pleased to report a significant and favorable decision in a lawsuit that NJ CAR brought against Mazda for violating the New Jersey Franchises Practices Act.
This year’s franchise meetings for Buick-GMC, Chevrolet and Cadillac will be held this year on the final day of the NADA Show.
As we wind-down another good year of new-vehicle sales and get ready for what could be tougher sledding, I have a request for some of our OEM business partners: Do the right thing by your dealers—it’s also smart business.
More than 400 new-car and truck dealers and dealer association executives from across the country traveled to the nation’s capital this week urging lawmakers to implement pro-growth tax reform.
The first problem with Sibilla’s argument is, of course, that the referenced study has been thoroughly debunked. In fact, in February 2015, Washington Post Fact Checker Glenn Kessler described it as “bizarrely outdated” and gave it a maximum of Four Pinocchios for false claims.
If you work in automotive retail, chances are that you or someone you know has benefited from the NADA Academy. Founded in 1979, the industry standard for dealership operations training has prepared generations of automotive leaders for successful dealership careers.
It’s day three of the auto industry event of the year, the NADA Convention & Expo in New Orleans, where America’s new-car and -truck dealers are celebrating the 100th anniversary of NADA and of the industry as a whole.
As the last month of 2016 is well under way, we often become engrossed in holiday plans, end-of-year travel and New Year’s resolutions. But it’s equally important to pause and appreciate what we’ve accomplished over the past year.
One of the provisions included in the Tax Reform Blueprint has generated significant concern among several industries, including the automotive sector.
A new economic report from the Phoenix Center for Advanced Legal and Economic Public Policy Studies makes one overriding conclusion: state auto franchise laws lower retail prices of new cars, which benefits consumers.